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Old 03-12-2012, 09:00 PM
yardguy28 yardguy28 is offline
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Originally Posted by GMLC View Post
Thats funny because I also plowed 3 times this year due to a very bad winter! Yup I always have a full schedule and its my fault because I have a hard time turning down work. I guess its a good problem to have...
I just pull my advertising when I'm full so I don't have to worry about turning down work.
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Old 03-13-2012, 07:59 PM
theWRIGHTcut theWRIGHTcut is offline
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hey GMLC I just saw it, but really nice job on your company logo...
there is no substitute for doing things the right way.
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Old 07-24-2012, 11:19 AM
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Even if you wish to stay small and not employ additional help. You should always bring in new estimates from your vehicle and other minimal cost advertising. If you are close to full on work then you start pricing estimates higher. You should also raise prices next season on your existing customers knowing that a couple might leave. This will give you more room for higher paying customers. The end result... you work the same amount but earn more money.
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